Roe Deer head mount, shot in Siberian, Chinese Turkestan in 1907; taxidermied by Rowland Ward. Lt. Col J. W. Price, Henley Hall of Ludlow exhibited it at the international Big Game Exhibition in Berlin 1937. It still bears its gold medal with pride. GBP 895.
These '20s era suede riding boots were made by Bartley & Sons for the 5th Duke of Sutherland (1888 - 1963). They come with the original boot trees for £340.
The 1920s German Hanomag 'Korbwagen' offered speedsters a wallet-friendly alternative to the all-steel model known as the 'Kommissbrot' (which is pretty damned great looking, as well). Detroit, take note: While wicker construction may allow for unsightly things to happen to crash test tummies, it would help hybrids look exponentially more attractive - and green.
L'Album De La Guerre: Histoire Photographique Et Documenaire Reconstituee Chronologiquement A L'Aide De Cliches Et De Dessins Publies Par L'Illustration De 1914 A 1921. Leather-bound 1923 editions (roughly 650 pages in each of the two volumes) with full French text, oodles of amazing images and maps. You can buy the two volumes now for GBP 129.99 or take your chances by entering the bidding fray (if you win, shipping these tomes to the States ain't cheap - GBP 65.90).